"I didn't want to break the momentum of the game, obviously," Weeks said. "Really quick I saw something up on the board, but I wanted to get the game going. … It really doesn't matter too much right now, but when you get done playing baseball, you can go back and tell your kids about things."
The second overall pick in the 2003 First-Year Player Draft, Weeks joined some notable company with the hit. Robin Yount holds the Brewers' record with 3,142 hits, and other players in the 1,000 club include Paul Molitor (2,281), Cecil Cooper (1,815), Jim Gantner (1,696), Ryan Braun (1,283), Geoff Jenkins (1,221), Don Money (1,168), Ben Oglivie (1,144), B.J. Surhoff (1,064), Charlie Moore (1,029) and Jeff Cirillo (1,000).
Weeks is a free agent at season's end.
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